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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhilltophill‧top /ˈhɪltɒp $ -tɑːp/ noun [countable]  the top of a hill
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hilltopThe way then climbs along hilltop paths before joining the Churnet again and following it to Rocester.On the high hilltop in the darkness Psyche sat, waiting for she knew not what terror.Yet keep in mind: your children are in the safest place and the most complete isolation on our hilltop.The great man was born in 1452 in the hilltop village of Vinci.We returned to the hilltop command post by ourselves.The hilltop home reportedly is being sold, and several adjoining properties already have been sold.On this hilltop, she walked in his shadow.
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